T-Mobile MyTouch 3G photos

Essentially a rebranded HTC Magic, the MyTouch has a sleek profile.
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The expansive touch screen has an appealing resolution. The pop-up menu offers shortcuts for customizing the icons.
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MyTouch's volume rocker sits on its left spine. It's smaller than we'd like, but you can find it when you're on a call.
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The MyTouch's main menu is simple and intuitive.
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The virtual keyboard has a spacious design. We could text quickly and the phone has a comfortable feel in the hand.
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The MyTouch's physical controls have a user-friendly design. You can open the Google Search feature, access the main menu, and make calls.
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We're not happy that HTC stuck with the non-standard headphone jacket.
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The camera lens is on the MyTouch's rear side. The handset doesn't offer a flash or self-portrait mirror.
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The MyTouch isn't small, but it travels well.
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